Hey there, Mommas! Welcome to another episode of The Herbalist's Path! Today, we're talking all things chamomile. This herb is a total powerhouse and can be used in so many different ways besides just for calming the nervous system. Did you know that chamomile is great for digestive health and anxiety? It can ease stomach cramping, bloating, and even diarrhea. Chamomile is also an astringent and diaphoretic, which means it helps your body release heat through your pores and sweat. Plus, it's perfect for reducing smooth muscle spasming and cramping in your tummy. Chamomile can even be used for eye infections! Just whip up a fresh batch of chamomile tea, add some goldenseal and fennel, and gently wash over the eye with a compress a few times a day. So, grow it in your garden and start sipping on some tea, because chamomile is going to change your life, my friend! Don't forget to also grab my free download: 5 Medicinal Herbs Every MOM Must Grow!Hey there, Mommas! It's time to invest in your family's health and wellness with our Mother's Day sale. Get $100 off our annual membership to Apothecary Momma &/or Medicine Makin' Momma, the ultimate resources for choosing the right remedies at the right time. Plus, our VIP option includes lifetime access to everything! Head here to join the Apothecary Momma community and take advantage of this amazing deal.Support the showIf you love the show and learned something new, please don't forget to leave us a bunch of ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐!And, share it with your friends so that we can make herbalism #SpreadLikeWildFlowers Are you ready to use more plants as medicine within your family???Well if you love learning about herbs...Grab my Cold & Flu Busters Guide here.
As a new mom or mom-to-be, there's so much excitement, love and joy, on this journey, but it can also be so stressful. In this episode, I'm sharing helpful tips on how to nourish and support your nerves and your little one during pregnancy and postpartum using herbs.I'm sharing herbs that can be super nourishing, calm and soothe those stressed momma nerves, and maybe most important, herbs that actually taste good too!Wanna just make it easy? I'm also sharing a tasty new tea blend, for you. You can find the recipe written out here. Just remember, as a mom, you deserve all the love and support in the world, and using herbs can be a great way to take care of yourself and your little one during this exciting time. If this episode helped you, please reach out and let me know, and share it with your momma friends!If you would like to learn more about becoming an Apothecary Momma click here!Ever had to battle with your kids to take their medicine? It doesn't have to be that way.Get registered for my FREE class and learn How To Make Herbal Remedies That Actually Work & Taste So Good Your Kids Will BEG You For More! If you love this show, and want to help keep the mic on and the lights on here at The Herbalist's Path, you can show your support by subscribing to the show, and buy me a cuppa tea!And together, we can make herbalism spread like wild flowers!Thank you so much!
Continuing the A to Z of French herbs. Today's herb is something that is known around the world for its use in tea but here in France and can also be found in cooking as an ingredient. It's that ever-so-relaxing herb chamomile. Come join me as we explore all that there is to know about French herbs and the Bouquet Garni. Oh and remember as I always say, whatever you do, do it fabulously. Support the showIf you are planning a trip to France then why not come join me for a cooking experience in Montmorillon or a small group food tour in Lyon and/or Cote D'Azur. Don't want to do a tour or class but want a fabulous holiday here in France, Paris, Nice, Lyon or so many other places then I can help you plan it. Click the link below to book your call now. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/andrewprior/e/123498 Subscribe to my newsletter for updates on new episodes, cooking in France, travel around the French countryside, and recipes from my fab French kitchen via the link here. http://eepurl.com/hj-zFf Merci beaucoup and bon app!Website: https://www.andrewpriorfabulously.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andrewpriorfabulouslyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewPriorFabulously YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/andrewprior
On this episode, Maria and Meghan relive Maria's exciting prerelease experience playing March of the Machine for the very first time! Find out what kind of deck Maria built - including what cards majorly over-performed. Hear how you should approach attacking battles, whether or not to Backup and more! PLUS: Storytime with Meghan continues and Maria enjoys (?) it with a new cocktail you might just want to never try at home. Become a GLH5 Patron Today! Listen to Weekly Magic News with The Upkeep Buy Some Sweet GLHF Merch Check out our Board Games YouTube Channel Look! It's our Magic YouTube Channel Follow us on Twitter Peep Our Insta Be our Facebook Friend Watch us play on Twitch Everything GLHF is on our Website Visit our sponsor Card Kingdom Maria's Prerelease Deck
30-50% of all referrals to G.I. specialists are for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, with an estimated 15% of Americans suffering from this very debilitating condition. In this episode, you'l find out:—How IBS is "one of the most common things" that people come into Dr. Prather's office for, with a 95-98% success rate in improving IBS symptoms of patients.—The symptoms of IBS: pain, distention, diarrhea, constipation, gas, and nausea.—Why IBS can lead to Anorexia because people are afraid to eat.—How Fiber is "THE biggest answer" to IBS and is the #1 supplement Dr. Prather always recommends that everyone needs more of. And why Probiotics are essential for IBS.—Why the Food Sensitivity test at Holistic Integration can help diagnose the foods that don't work for you and the foods that you CAN eat which are healing for your body. And the particular FODMAP diet that helps an estimated 70% of those with IBS.—The natural products that help relive IBS, such as: Peppermint Oil, Artichokes, Chamomile, and Licorice. —The connection between IBS and Stress. —How Acupuncture, Auriculotherapy, and Chiropractic can provide relief from IBS symptoms. —The diagnostics essential to get to the root cause of IBS, including a detailed Blood Analysis and a G.I. Stool Kit.—Plus, you'll hear how Sarah felt ignored by her doctors for 30 years, but now "feels better than she's ever felt" and has "a new lease on life" after her experience at Holistic Integration.http://www.TheVoiceOfHealthRadio.com
What an incredible time I had bringing back the very first podcast guest I ever had on The Herbalist's Path, Missy Rohs from the Arctos School Of Herbal & Botanical Studies. Missy is so much fun, and an amazing teacher with a gift of bringing simple, practical herbal skills to people. Her hands on Herbal Immersion program with Gradey Proctor is coming up, you can find out more about that here. This program is ideal for you if you're ready to get your hands dirty, smell the plants, taste, the plants, and bask in their medicinal glory.Check out more from Missy and some gorgeous plant and cat pics here.Ever had to battle with your kids to take their medicine? It doesn't have to be that way.Get registered for my FREE class and learn How To Make Herbal Remedies That Actually Work & Taste So Good Your Kids Will BEG You For More! If you love this show, and want to help keep the mic on and the lights on here at The Herbalist's Path, you can show your support by subscribing to the show, and buy me a cuppa tea!And together, we can make herbalism spread like wild flowers!Thank you so much!
#38 - Join us for an amazing conversation on Plant Allies with the incredible Herbalist and Author Rosemary Gladstar. Depression, sorrow, grief, and strife seem to be raging right now. But so is hope, beauty, love, kindness and Plant Power. We can learn from the plants how to root deep, hold fast, and weather the storm. And, perhaps, even how to make magic and beauty in the midst of it all. In this episode, Rosemary shares simple plant teachings that can strengthen us, help heal us, and light the way on our journey. Roses, Lavender, Comfrey, Nettle, Plantain, Violets, Self Heal, Yarrow, Chamomile, Calendula, Dandelion, Holy Basil and a host of other plant friends and allies are reaching out to us, inviting us to walk the beauty way even as the going gets tough. Rosemary Gladstar is an Herbalist and Author who's been practicing, living, learning, teaching and writing about herbs for over 45 years. Often referred to as the ‘godmother of American herbalism', Rosemary is the author of twelve books, and co-founder of both The International Herb Symposium and The New England Women's Herbal Conference. She's also the Founding President of United Plant Savers, and the co-founder and original formulator of Traditional Medicinals Tea Company. In 2018 Rosemary was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the National University of Naturopathic Medicine. She's also the author of the popular home study course, The Science and Art of Herbalism. You can find Rosemary at https://scienceandartofherbalism.com/, on IG at @rosemarygladstar, and on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RosemaryGladstarWe first recorded this conversation for the most recent Plant Spirit Herbalism Summit, and it was such a gem of a discussion that we wanted to share it with you here. Such potent medicine for these times! If you love this conversation with Rosemary Gladstar and you've been recently craving a connection to the state of centered balance and joy of deep herbal wisdom, you can learn from 33 additional notable Herbalists, Authors, Teachers, and Plant Expert speakers in the Plant Spirit Herbalism Summit here: https://www.multidimensionalnature.com/plant-spirit-herbalism-2 For more info please visit Sara's website at https://www.multidimensionalnature.com/ and on IG @multidimensional.natureLearn how to communicate with plant consciousness in the free workshop on How to Learn Plant Language: https://www.learnplantlanguage.com
Uncle Jim and his Treksperts review Star Trek Picard season three episode three, "Seventeen Seconds". WORF is back, and he has a new title "I am Worf, Son of Mogh, House of Martok, Son of Sergei, House of Rozhenko. Bane to the Duras Family. Slayer of Gowron. Have some Chamomile tea, beheadings are on Wednesday". Couldn't have asked for a better entrance. Picard and Beverly have "the talk", and Riker takes command. We have fan scores, fan shout-outs and Star Trek Birthdays. Call (646)668-2433 to join the discussion. Let's see what's out there...ENGAGE!
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CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (4:27).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImagesExtra InformationSourcesRelated Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 3-3-23.TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the weeks of March 6 and March 13, 2023. MUSIC – ~ ~21 sec – instrumental. That's part of “Driving Rain,” by the Charlottesville- and Nelson County, Va.-based band, Chamomile and Whiskey. It opens an episode on Severe Weather Awareness Week in Virginia, which in 2023 is being observed March 6 through March 10. Have a listen to the music for about 25 more seconds, and see if you know six kinds of severe weather threats. MUSIC - ~24 sec – Lyrics: “In the driving rain,” then instrumental. Six weather-related disaster threats, as listed by the “Prepare” Web site of the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, or VDEM, are the following: extreme heat; flooding; hurricanes; thunderstorms plus lightning; tornadoes; and winter weather. Helping people be aware of and prepared for weather-related threats is the reason for Severe Weather Awareness Week, which in Virginia is being promoted by VDEM and the National Weather Service's Wakefield Forecast Office. As VDEM states in its online information, the week is, quote, “designed to refresh, remind, and educate everyone about the seasonal threats from severe weather and how to avoid them. It's also a great time to make and practice your emergency plan!,” unquote. Each weekday of Severe Weather Awareness week is dedicated to a particular topic; for 2023, the topics are these: Monday, March 6 – watches and warnings; Tuesday, March 7 – tornadoes, including a chance to practice a safety plan during a statewide tornado drill at 9:45 a.m. that day; Wednesday, March 8 – severe thunderstorms and associated hail, lightning, and wind; Thursday, March 9 – flash flooding; and Friday, March 10 – outdoor weather safety. Information on all of these topics, and on how to participate in the March 7 statewide tornado drill, is available from VDEM, online at vaemergency.gov/severe-weather-awareness. Thanks to VDEM, the National Weather Service, and other federal, state, and local agencies and organizations that help people prepare for and respond to severe weather and many other kinds of emergencies. Thanks also to Chamomile and Whiskey for permission to use this episode's music, and we close with about 15 more seconds of “Driving Rain.” MUSIC - ~16 sec – instrumental. SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment. For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624. Thanks to Stewart Scales for his banjo version of “Cripple Creek” to open and close this episode. In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS “Driving Rain,” from the 2012 album “The Barn Sessions,” is copyright by Chamomile and Whiskey and by County Wide Records, used with permission. More information about Chamomile and Whiskey is available online at http://www.chamomileandwhiskey.com/. This music was used previously by Virginia Water Radio most recently in Episode 629, 6-6-22. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (1 min./11 sec.) of the “Cripple Creek” arrangement/performance by Stewart Scales that opens and closes this episode. More information about Mr. Scales and the group New Standard, with which Mr. Scales plays, is available online at http://newstandardbluegrass.com. IMAGES (Except as otherwise noted, photographs are by Virginia Water Radio.) Flooding-awareness sign along Fort Valley Road, beside Passage Creek, at the county line between Shenandoah and Warren counties in Virginia, August 22, 2016. Weather-emergency shelter sign on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, March 11, 2019.Rain bands of Hurricane Isobel over Virginia as seen from National Weather Service radar at Wakefield, Va., September 18, 2003. Photo accessed from the NOAA Photo Library (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/U.S. Department of Commerce), online at https://photolib.noaa.gov/, accessed 3-6-23 (specific URL for the image was https://photolib.noaa.gov/Collections/National-Weather-Service/Exploring-the-Atmosphere/Radar-Other-Methods/emodule/649/eitem/4199).EXTRA INFORMATION ABOUT WEATHER SAFETY The following safety recommendations were taken from National Weather Service/Wakefield, Va., Forecast Office, “Virginia Severe Weather Awareness Week 2023/Friday: Outdoor Weather Safety,” online at https://www.weather.gov/akq/SevereWeatherAwareness, as of 3-6-23. “Know Before You Go! Before heading outdoors, check the latest forecast from https://www.weather.gov/akq/[for the Hampton Roads, Va., region], or from [another] trusted weather source. If severe weather is expected, stay home, or go before the weather is expected to deteriorate. “Monitor the Weather. Have a NOAA Weather Radio, and/or apps that have radar and lightning data. Make sure you have a way to receive weather warnings. “Stop all Activities when you hear thunder or when weather conditions look threatening. The first lightning strike can come out of a clear blue sky many miles ahead of an approaching thunderstorm cloud. “Know your area. In hilly terrain, flash floods can strike with little or no advance warning. Distant rain may be channeled into gullies and ravines, turning a quiet stream into a rampaging torrent in minutes. Never camp on low ground next to streams since a flash flood can catch you while you're asleep. “Turn Around Don't Drown. If you come upon flood waters, stop, turn around, and go another way. Climb to higher ground. “When Thunder Roars Go Indoors. There is no 100% safe shelter outside. The only place of safety from lightning is inside a vehicle or a substantial, enclosed structure. Do not take shelter in small sheds, under isolated trees, or in convertible automobiles. Stay away from tall objects such as towers, fences, telephone poles, and power lines.” SOURCES USED FOR AUDIO AND OFFERING MORE INFORMATION National Weather Service/Wakefield, Va., Forecast Office, online at https://www.weather.gov/akq/SevereWeatherAwareness/. Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM):“Severe Weather Awareness Week” (including information on the statewide tornado drill), online at https://www.vaemergency.gov/severe-weather-awareness/; and“Prepare: Be Ready When Disaster Strikes,” online at https://www.vaemergency.gov/prepare/. At this site, the kinds of severe weather listed under “Disaster Threats Information,” as of 2-28-23, were the following (with links to more information):Extreme heat: https://www.vaemergency.gov/threats/extreme-heat/;Floods: https://www.vaemergency.gov/threats/floods/;Hurricanes: https://www.vaemergency.gov/threats/hurricanes/;Lightning and thunderstorms: https://www.vaemergency.gov/threats/lightning-and-thunderstorms/;Tornadoes: https://www.vaemergency.gov/threats/tornadoes/;Winter weather: https://www.vaemergency.gov/threats/winter-weather/. RELATED VIRGINIA WATER RADIO EPISODES All Water Radio episodes are listed by category at the Index link above (http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/p/index.html). See particularly the “Weather/Climate/Natural Disasters” subject category. Following are links to some other episodes on severe weather preparedness.Episode 489, 9-9-19 – on storm surge. Episode 568, 3-15-21 – on tornadoes.Episode 629, 6-6-22 – most recent annual season-preview episode. Episode 470, 4-29-19 – on weather messages (watches, warnings, etc.). Episode 643, 12-5-22 – most recent annual winter-preparedness episode. FOR VIRGINIA TEACHERS – RELATED STANDARDS OF LEARNING (SOLs) AND OTHER INFORMATION Following are some Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) that may be supported by this episode's audio/transcript, sources, or other information included in this post.
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In this episode we drink a Lagunitas Maximus Colossal IPA and St. Steve's soda pop, both Rootbeer & Chamomile varieties. We've played Pick Pack Pup (Playdate) and Biomutant (PS4). Our reccos are The List Off podcast, Gingers Craft Boutique, and stopping cop city. Trees give life, cops take life. Links - Atlanta Solidarity Fund - https://atlsolidarity.org/ The List Off - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/list-off-1346632 Gingers Craft Boutique - Coming Soon GRPVG links - linktr.ee/grandrapidians --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/grandrapidians/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grandrapidians/support
Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross
In this catch-up chat, Natalie & Shawna share about liberating oneself from imposter syndrome. You'll also hear about: What's coming next for Earth Speak? Somatics and liberation Making a living doing the work you never expected to be doing but are perfectly positioned for Natalie shares about her new program Confident Offer ♥♥♥ Join The Earth Speak Collective Membership! Join like-hearted folks in a sacred container and community where you'll: Connect deeply to yourself, others, nature & spirit Learn to trust your intuition Activate your Earth magic Expand your healing & divination skills Put your intuition into practice in everyday life Stop feeling lonely on your spiritual path Embody & express your creative power & truths Experience safe space without agenda or judgment When you join the Collective, you get access to all of our past workshops, any live workshops happening while you're a member, live weekly energetic reset calls, monthly community rituals, all the secret episodes, member-run meetups to explore magical topics, and a lively members-only forum (that's not on FB!). ▶▶▶ Learn more and sign up for the Collective membership here: https://www.earthspeak.love/collective ***** Natalie Ross helps magical entrepreneurs tweak their marketing, so they can reach more of the people they're meant to serve. She helps them go from feeling overwhelmed and not knowing how to talk about what they do to creating content that's fun and brings in more sales. She also produces the Earth Speak podcast and runs a community about connecting more deeply with self, others, nature and spirit.Learn more at www.natalie.net, and sign up for her new program, Confident Offer. Shawna finds inspiration from all aspects of life but most notably nature and human connection. She brings experience and awareness from being a white assuming mixed-race black woman living in America. As a student of Psychological Ethnic Anthropology, she enjoys liberating folks from aspects of what make them feel othered by society.Learn more at @shawna.cason and @folkflorist In this episode, we talk about: What's changed for Natalie and Shawna, and what they've been up to during hiatus Reflecting on the journey and the wintering of Earth Speak Following the threads and doing what lights you up Shawna shares about volunteering at a butterfly garden Natalie shares about her work with rescue bunnies Feeling safe enough to get paid Learning and re-learning how it feels to be content, happy and joyful Making a living doing the work you never expected to be doing but are perfectly positioned for The myth of perfection That the path to your purpose may not be linear Creating space to integrate and be more of who you truly are Polyvagal theory and liberating yourself from imposter syndrome Threat vs safety What happened when Natalie reached her critical mass safety Embodying the new How we inspire others by doing what lights us up What is coming next for Earth Speak? And so much more! Secret Episodes! Get access to past secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret. Earth Speak Links: Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Become an Earth Speak Sponsor and reach more of the people you're meant to serve www.earthspeak.love/sponsor Support the Earth Speak Podcast and purchase our t-shirt Support Earth Speak and make a donation GoFundMe for Earth Speak community member https://www.gofundme.com/f/dv-fleeing-for-safety Get the secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret Guest Links: Connect with Shawna on Instagram @shawna.cason and @folkflorist Learn more about Natalie's offerings at natalie.net Learn more about Natalie's new program, Confident Offer http://www.natalie.net/confidentoffer?utm_campaign=confidentofferbeta&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=organic&utm_term=earthspeak Connect with Natalie on Instagram @natalierossmedia, natalie.alexandra.ross and @totalhippies Explore Natalie's YouTube channel References: Native Land https://native-land.ca/ Chamomile https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamomile Earl Grey tea https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Grey_tea Oatstraw https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oat Ann Norton Sculpture Garden https://ansg.org/ Horticulture https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horticulture Human Design https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Design Redwood https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sequoia_sempervirens Episode 90 || Natalie Ross https://www.earthspeak.love/shows-1/natalie-ross-90 Somatic experiencing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Somatic_experiencing Bipolar 1 disorder https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bipolar_I_disorder Polyvagal theory https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyvagal_theory Naomi love https://www.wisewombmedicinepath.com/about-naomilove Clairvoyance https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clairvoyance The Politics of Trauma: Somatics, Healing, and Social Justice || Book https://amz.run/6LbG Staci K. Haines - https://strozziinstitute.com/staff/staci-k-haines/ Richard Strozzi-Heckler, PhD https://strozziinstitute.com/staff/richard-strozzi-heckler/ Cycad https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cycad Banana slugs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_slug Quantmine leaping https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_Leap Swallowtail butterfly https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swallowtail_butterfly ► Leave us a written review on iTunes, and get shouted out on the show! Theme music is “It's Easier” by Scarlet Crow http://www.scarletcrow.org/ and “Meeting Again” by Emily Sprague https://mlesprg.info/ ► Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Follow Earth Speak on Instagram and tag us when you share @earthspeak https://www.instagram.com/earthspeak
I don't know of many kids who haven't dealt with a tummy ache at some point in their lives. There's so many different things that can cause a tummy ache, and thankfully there's some pretty amazing herbs that can also calm a tummyache.So, in this episode I'm sharing 3 of my favorites. It's hard to choose, no doubt, but I think you'll appreciate the ones I talk about in this show.If you do, please let me know!If you love the show and learned something new, please don't forget to leave us a bunch of ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐!And, share it with your friends so that we can make herbalism #SpreadLikeWildFlowersAre you ready to use more plants as medicine within your family???Well if you love learning about herbs...Grab my Cold & Flu Busters Guide here.
You don't always need to pop a pill for what ails you. Aromatherapy can cure many ills, and thanks to the new guide from Loving Essential Oils, you can learn all about German Chamomile: a very powerful oil indeed. Go to https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/diy-recipes/german-chamomile-essential-oil-recipes for more info.
For many, the winter season can be one of the toughest times of the year. It's when sadness and depression are at an all time high. Seasonal Affective Disorder is happening for many, despite it being "the most wonderful time of the year."So in this episode, I wanted to share with you some of the best lifestyle factors that can contribute to anxiety, & depression, and help alleviate stress. And, of course what herbs we can turn to as well. We just had a class on this inside of Apothecary Momma, and it was jam packed with good info to help ourselves and out kiddos.I hope you enjoy the show!If you love the show and learned something new, please don't forget to leave us a bunch of ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐!And, share it with your friends so that we can make herbalism #SpreadLikeWildFlowersAre you ready to use more plants as medicine within your family???Well if you love learning about herbs...Grab my Cold & Flu Busters Guide here.
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1791 On this day, Martha Ballard recorded her work as an herbalist and midwife. For 27 years, Martha kept a journal of her work as the town healer and midwife for Hallowell, Maine. In all, Martha assisted with 816 births. Today, Martha's marvelous journal gives us a glimpse into the plants she regularly used and how she applied them medicinally. As for how Martha sourced her plants, she raised them in her garden or foraged them in the wild. As the village apothecary, Martha found her ingredients and personally made all of her herbal remedies. Two hundred twenty-nine years ago today, Martha recorded her work to help her sick daughter. She wrote, My daughter Hannah is very unwell this evening. I gave her some Chamomile & Camphor. Today we know that Chamomile has a calming effect, and Camphor can help treat skin conditions, improve respiratory function, and relieve pain. 1835 Birth of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (known by his pen name Mark Twain), American writer and humorist. Samuel used the garden and garden imagery to convey his wit and satire. In 1874, Samuel's sister, Susan, and her husband built a shed for him to write in. They surprised him with it when Samuel visited their farm in upstate New York. The garden shed was ideally situated on a hilltop overlooking the Chemung ("Sha-mung") River Valley. Like Roald Dahl, Samuel smoked as he wrote, and his sister despised his incessant pipe smoking. In this little octagonal garden/writing shed, Samuel wrote significant sections of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Life on the Mississippi, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, The Prince and the Pauper, A Tramp Abroad, and many other short works. And in 1952, Samuel's octagonal shed was relocated to Elmira College ("EI-MEER-ah") campus in Elmira, New York. Today, people can visit the garden shed with student guides daily throughout the summer and by appointment in the off-season. Here are some garden-related thoughts by Mark Twain. Climate is what we expect; the weather is what we get. It was a soft, reposeful summer landscape, as lovely as a dream and as lonesome as Sunday. To get the full value of joy You must have someone to divide it with. After all these years, I see that I was mistaken about Eve in the beginning; it is better to live outside the garden with her than inside it without her. 1874 Birth of Lucy Maud Montgomery, Canadian writer and author of the Anne of Green Gables series. Lucy was born on Prince Edward Island and was almost two years old when her mother died. Like her character in Ann of Green Gables, Lucy had an unconventional upbringing when her father left her to be raised by her grandparents. Despite being a Canadian literary icon and loved worldwide, Lucy's personal life was marred by loneliness, death, and depression. Historians now believe she may have ended her own life. Yet we know that flowers and gardening were a balm to Lucy. She grew lettuce, peas, carrots, radish, and herbs in her kitchen garden. And Lucy had a habit of going to the garden after finishing her writing and chores about the house. Today in Norval, a place Lucy lived in her adult life, the Lucy Maud Montgomery Sensory Garden is next to the public school. The Landscape Architect, Eileen Foley, created the garden, which features an analemmatic (horizontal sundial), a butterfly and bird garden, a children's vegetable garden, a log bridge, and a woodland trail. It was Lucy Maud Montgomery, who wrote, I love my garden, and I love working in it. To potter with green growing things, watching each day to see the dear, new sprouts come up, is like taking a hand in creation, I think. Just now, my garden is like faith, the substance of things hoped for. 1875 Birth of Frank Nicholas Meyer, Dutch-American plant explorer. Frank worked as an intrepid explorer for the USDA, and he traveled to Asia to find and collect new plant specimens. His work netted 2,500 new plants, including the beautiful Korean Lilac, Soybeans, Asparagus, Chinese Horse Chestnut, Water Chestnut, Oats, Wild Pears, Ginkgo Biloba, and Persimmons, to name a few. Today, Frank is most remembered for a bit of fruit named in his honor - the Meyer Lemon. Frank found it growing in the doorway to a family home in Peking. The Lemon is suspected to be a hybrid of a standard lemon and mandarin orange. Early on in his career, Frank was known as a rambler and a bit of a loner. Frank once confessed in an October 11, 1901, letter to a friend, I am pessimistic by nature and have not found a road which leads to relaxation. I withdraw from humanity and try to find relaxation with plants. Frank was indeed more enthusiastic about plants than his fellow humans. He even named his plants and talked to them. Once he arrived in China, Frank was overwhelmed by the flora. A believer in reincarnation, Frank wrote to David Fairchild in May 1907: [One] short life will never be long enough to find out all about this mighty land. When I think about all these unexplored areas, I get fairly dazzled... I will have to roam around in my next life. While China offered a dazzling landscape of new plant discoveries, the risks and realities of exploration were hazardous. Edward B. Clark spoke of Frank's difficulties in Technical World in July 1911. He said, Frank has frozen and melted alternately as the altitudes have changed. He has encountered wild beasts and men nearly as wild. He has scaled glaciers and crossed chasms of dizzying depths. He has been the subject of the always-alert suspicions of government officials and strange peoples - jealous of intrusions into their land, but he has found what he was sent for. Frank improved the diversity and quality of American crops with his exceptional ability to source plants that would grow in the various growing regions of the United States. He was known for his incredible stamina. Unlike many of his peers who were carried in sedan chairs, Frank walked on his own accord for tens of miles daily. And his ability to walk for long distances allowed him to access many of the most treacherous and inaccessible parts of interior Asia - including China, Korea, Manchuria, and Russia. Frank died on his trip home to America. He had boarded a steamer and sailed down the Yangtze River. His body was found days later floating in the river. To this day, his death remains a mystery. But his final letters home expressed loneliness, sadness, and exhaustion. He wrote that his responsibilities seemed "heavier and heavier." The life of a Plant Explorer was anything but easy. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Wood by John Lewis-Stempel This book came out in 2019, and the subtitle is The Life and Times of Cockshutt Wood. John Lewis-Stempel is a farmer and a countryside writer - he prefers that title to 'nature writer.' The Times calls him Britain's finest living nature writer. Country Life calls him "one of the best nature writers of his generation.' His books include the Sunday Times bestsellers The Running Hare and The Wood. He is the only person to have won the Wainwright Prize for Nature Writing twice, with Meadowland and Where Poppies Blow. In 2016 he was Magazine Columnist of the Year for his column in Country Life. He lives in Herefordshire ("heh-ruh-frd-shr") with his wife and two children. And The Wood was a BBC Radio 4 'Book of the Week' The Wood is written in diary format, making the whole reading experience more intimate and lyrical. John shares his take on all four seasons in the English woodlands, along with lots of wonderful nuggets culled from history and experience. And I might add that John is a kindred spirit in his love of poetry and folklore. John spent four years managing Cockshutt wood - three and a half acres of mixed woodland in southwest Herefordshire. The job entailed pruning trees and raising livestock (pigs and cows roam free in the woods). John wrote of the peace and privacy afforded him by his time in the woods. Cockshutt was a sanctuary for me too; a place of ceaseless seasonal wonder where I withdrew into tranquility. No one comes looking for you in wood. The Woods covers John's last year as the manager of Cockshutt. The publisher writes, [By then], he had come to know it from the bottom of its beech roots to the tip of its oaks, and to know all the animals that lived there the fox, the pheasants, the wood mice, the tawny owl - and where the best bluebells grew. For many fauna and flora, woods like Cockshutt are the last refuge. It proves a sanctuary for John too. To read The Wood is to be amongst its trees as the seasons change, following an easy path until, suddenly the view is broken by a screen of leaves, or your foot catches on a root, or bird startles overhead. This is a wood you will never want to leave. The Wood starts in December - making it the perfect holiday gift or winter gift. John writes about the bare trees and the gently falling snow. The landscape becomes still and silent. John writes, Oddly aware, walking through the wood this afternoon, that it is dormant rather than dead. How the seeds. the trees and hibernating animals....are locked in a safe sleep against the coldand wet. By January, the Wood stirs to life with the arrival of snowdrops. If snowdrops are appearing, then the earth must be wakening. Of all our wildflowers the white hells are the purest, the most ethereal. the most chaste... Whatever: the snowdrop says that winter is not forever. As The Wood takes you through an entire year, the book ends as another winter approaches. The trees are losing their leaves. Animals are preparing for their long sleep. John is preparing to leave the woods for his next chapter as well. Looking back, he writes, I thought the trees and the birds belonged to me. But now I realize that I belonged to them. This book is 304 pages of a joyful, poetic, and soul-stirring time in the woods with the elegantly articulate John Lewis-Stempel as your guide - he's part forest sprite with a dash of delightful nature-soaked tidbits. You can get a copy of The Wood by John Lewis-Stempel and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $6. Botanic Spark 1936 On this day, the Crystal Palace in London was destroyed by fire. The spectacular blaze was seen from miles away. Joseph Paxton, the English gardener, architect, and Member of Parliament designed the Crystal Palace, aka the People's Palace, for the first World's Fair - the Great Exhibition of 1851. Joseph had built four elaborate glass greenhouses for the Duke of Devonshire in Chatsworth, which provided valuable experience for creating the Crystal Palace. The Joseph Paxton biographer Kate Colquhoun wrote about the immensity of the Palace: "[Paxton's] design, initially doodled on a piece of blotting paper, was the architectural triumph of its time. Two thousand men worked for eight months to complete it. It was six times the size of St Paul's Cathedral, enclosed 18 acres, and entertained six million visitors." The Crystal Place was an extraordinary and revolutionary building. Joseph found extra inspiration for the Palace in the natural architecture of the giant water lily. Instead of creating just a large empty warehouse for the exhibits, Joseph essentially built a massive greenhouse over the existing Hyde Park. The high central arch of the Palace - the grand barrel vault you see in all the old postcards and images of the Crystal Palace - accommodated full-sized trees that Joseph built around. Another innovative aspect of the Crystal Palace was the large beautiful columns. Joseph designed them with a purpose: drainage. By all accounts, the Crystal Palace was an enormous success until the fire started around 7 pm on this day. The manager, Sir Henry Buckland, had brought his little daughter, ironically named Chrystal, with him on his rounds of the building when he spied a small fire on one end of the Palace. Newspaper reports say the flames fanned wind through the Handel organ as the Palace burned to the ground. A sorrowful song to accompany the end of an era in plant exhibition. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
This week Anna is joined by Dale Nash from Pawable to discuss the first collagen (Collar-gen) for dogs. As the market booms in humans for collagen (and for good reason) it's important to understand that just as it depletes in us as we age, the same is true in our dogs. Not only 100% natural, the Collar-gen is species appropriate and easily absorbed through the gut. As a very important structural protein abundant in all our cells, it helps with mobility, skin & coat and digestion. The success of Collar-gen since its launch earlier this year is testament to its efficacy, vouched for by Anna's dogs Prudence and Mr Binks. Her cat Gremlin is also taking it, proving how it can be taken by any mammal. NEW to Pawable's range is Calming which is a supplement packed with a combination of anti-inflammatories and anti-bacterials that combine to boost the immune system, respiration, and brain health. Like a multi-vitamin, it offers a multi-purpose supplement combining of herbs like Thyme, Chamomile, and Ginko along with Phytoplankton, Coconut oil, Gogi berries. Offering value for money per serving, it's something to think about for Christmas.Instagram: @pawableukTwitter: @pawableukFor more information go to pawable.co.uk and use the promo code adogslife for a 10% discount.For more about Anna go to annawebb.co.ukMusic and production by Mike Hanson for Pod People ProductionsCover art by JaijoCover photo by Rhian Ap Gruffydd at Gruff PawtraitsTo advertise on or sponsor A Dog's Life email: email@example.com
The Holistic Herbalism Podcast
Tonight we're talking about two of our favorite herbs, and two of the tastier herbs in our materia medica.Goji berry, Lycium barbarum / L. chinense, is an excellent post-workout adaptogen. It's a very good herb to consume as food, whether a simple handful of dried berries, included in a trail mix, cooked into rice, or decocted into dissolution in a broth. It is famous as an herb for building Blood in TCM, and also for supporting blood vessels from the perspective of modern phytochemistry.Chamomile – and we're talking primarily about “German” chamomile, Matricaria recutita – is quite possibly the herb we mention most often! It's definitely a favorite, with its light relaxant aromatics and its deep antispasmodic bitters. Chamomile is a panacea of nuances: depending on how you prepare and apply it, it can serve a myriad of different functions.These quick plant profiles were done off-the-cuff & on-the-spot. If you enjoyed them, we have more! Our organized & comprehensive presentation of our herbal allies is in the Holistic Herbalism Materia Medica course. We have detailed profiles of 90 medicinal herbs! Plus you get everything that comes with enrollment in our courses: twice-weekly live Q&A sessions, lifetime access to current & future course material, discussion threads integrated in each lesson, guides & quizzes, and more.If you have a moment, it would help us a lot if you could subscribe, rate, & review our podcast wherever you listen. This helps others find us more easily. Thank you!!Our theme music is “Wings” by Nicolai Heidlas.Support the showYou can find all of our online herbalism courses at online.commonwealthherbs.com!
Wellnessible with Mikki Sachiko
Get inspired by the unique fitness journey of MMA influencer and SEA games gold-winner, Mark Striegl!An episode brought to you by Wellnessible and Oleia.Oleia Topical Oil is a ready-to-use essential oil such as Lavender, Peppermint, Chamomile, Frankincense or Tangerine, diluted in a specially formulated blend of carrier oils such as olive oil, pomegranate seed oil, moringa seed oil, and virgin coconut oil.Check out this aromatic, multi-purpose wellness essential here:https://instagram.com/oleiaoil or https://oleiaoil.com/For feedback, proposals or partnerships, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking time to heal your Solar Plexus Chakra is extremely beneficial in self development. This guided meditation will help increase your self esteem, self worth and growth. Let yourself over come the disbeliefs that are preventing you from a forward journey. YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL, YOU ARE WORTHY OF LOVE, YOUR WISDOM IS WISE. Disconnect from the controls you can't take into control because your imperfections are beautiful. Crystals for solar plexus: Lemon Quartz, Citrine, and Yellow Tiger's Eye. Aromatherapy for solar plexus: Chamomile, Cypress, Geranium, Juniper, Lemon, Rosemary & Sandalwood. Foods for solar plexus: Oats, brown rice, bananas, lemons, corn, ginger and turmeric and pineapple. Color of the solar plexus: --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/support
A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
On this Fast Facts: Pharmacology Edition Tom Viola, R. Ph., C.C.P. continues the series that focuses on dietary supplements, today highlighting a favorite supplement among many, chamomile. Tom talks to us about side effects associated with chamomile and how they impact dentistry. This series is sponsored by our friends at Elevate Oral Care! @elevateoralcare creates innovative and proven prevention-focused oral care products, learn more by visiting www.elevateoralcare.com and schedule your free CE staff-meeting today. See more from Tom at www.tomviola.com @pharmacologydeclassified
Pot Lucky: A Weed Sommelier Podcast
Poetry! Passion! Social Betterment! As a longtime medical cannabis patient, Victoria Littman brings a deep and personal understanding of the cannabis plant and its use to her legal practice and advocacy. She is a founding member of the Psychedelic Bar Association and a member of the Religious Use and Legalization and Regulation Committees and a member of the International Cannabis Bar Association and its Amicus Committee. Victoria is based outside of Providence, Rhode Island and licensed to practice law in New York and Rhode Island. She's also passed the California Bar Exam and has applications for admissions pending in California and Massachusetts. Victoria will be teaching Cannabis Law as an Adjunct Professor at Roger Williams University School of Law beginning spring 2023. Discussed this week: Gushers, gummies, G.R.A.S, NECANN, fall drink, Lara bars, Rhode Island slang, feeling cared for, Granny Smith, goody two-shoes, college in California, turning windows into doors, psychadelics and religion and the community, numerous hamilton-esque essays, Persopolis by Marjane Satrapi, looking back at old writing, drugz v drugs, deprioritization vs decriminalization, social club model, federal tax designations, socially concious businesses, non-profits, teaching Sunday school, --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/potluckypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/potluckypodcast/support
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Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is one of those common herbs that is too easily overlooked. But chamomile deserves our praise and appreciation. Although it's gentle, this herb gives us powerful medicine for babies, the elderly, and everyone in between. It can be a soothing, yet highly effective ally for sleepless nights, digestive upsets, skin issues, conjunctivitis…and the list goes on! In this episode, I'm talking about the many gifts of chamomile with my fellow herbalist and longtime friend, Leslie Lekos. Leslie shares a wealth of information with us about this gentle, yet powerful herb, along with her wonderful herbal bitters recipe for supporting healthy digestion, Chamomile Cardamom Bitters. (Be sure to get the link for your free copy of her downloadable recipe card at http://herbswithrosaleepodcast.com/ (HerbsWithRosaleePodcast.com).) By the end of this episode, you'll know: ►Why dosage matters for seeing the results you hope for ►How long to let chamomile tea steep ► Why chamomile is a great herb to work with long-term Here is one of my favorite takeaways from our conversation about chamomile's gifts: “I feel like the medicine that our larger culture needs is this gentle medicine. We have so many driving forces, everybody's so amped up and moving so fast, something to slow us down and get in our bodies and just feel our way through, feel embodied.” For those of you who don't know her, Leslie is the founder and director of Wildroot Botanicals, a bio-regionally based herbal school located on the unceded territories of the coast Salish peoples. The mission for the school is to foster a learning environment where people develop personal connections with plants through wildcrafting, tending to the land, and working towards right relations. She also has an herbal product line and is known in her region for distilling hydrosols and for her re-wilding project, a monthly offering of wildcrafted and farm grown herbs to support mental wellness, nutrition, and connection with the land. In addition to herbal work, she is a doula, childbirth educator, and prenatal yoga instructor for the past 20 years. She is co-author of the book Yoga for Pregnancy, and is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher and the mother of two sons. Her favorite part about teaching is when she is able to witness students feel a familiar spark within them when they engage with plants, a reuniting with the basic human skill that was a necessity for all our ancestors somewhere down the line in all of our lineages. Leslie is one of the most heart-centered, generous, and deeply devoted herbalists I know. I'm so happy to bring you this conversation with one of my favorite people about one of my favorite herbs! ---- Get full show notes and more information at: http://herbswithrosaleepodcast.com/ (herbswithrosaleepodcast.com) For more behind-the-scenes of this podcast, follow https://www.instagram.com/rosaleedelaforet/ (@rosaleedelaforet) on Instagram! The secret to using herbs successfully begins with knowing who YOU are. Get started by taking my free Herbal Jumpstart course when you https://bit.ly/3EtBEqe (sign up for my newsletter). If you enjoy the Herbs with Rosalee podcast, we could use your support! Please consider leaving a 5-star rating and review and sharing the show with someone who needs to hear it! On the podcast, we explore the many ways plants heal, as food, as medicine, and through nature connection. Each week, I focus on a single seasonal plant and share trusted herbal knowledge so that you can get the best results when using herbs for your health. Learn more about Herbs with Rosalee at http://herbswithrosalee.com/ (herbswithrosalee.com). ---- Rosalee is an herbalist and author of the bestselling book...
You either feed or fight disease Deborah C. Smith is a nutrition-focused health coach, juice bar owner, and artist living in NY. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has owned and operated her vegan catering company, Green Pirate Juice, since 2007. Deborah has had the privilege of serving fresh, healthy foods and beverages to thousands of New Yorkers. In 2022, she launched Plant Powered Kitchen, a step-by-step roadmap to the essentials of plant-based nutrition which includes interactive online cooking classes. In this course Deborah shares her knowledge and skills of basic nutrition, kitchen equipment, cooking methods, shopping, planning, prepping, scheduling meals and of course, creating delicious plant-based recipes! Deborah champions a holistic approach to health and offers simple and effective tools that help her clients make realistic and manageable changes that add up to big results. In addition to her coaching programs, she has published a recipe book, Green Pirate Recipes: Volume 1 Juices, and a popular online course, Green Smoothies 101, which offers comprehensive lessons on how to incorporate more fresh fruits and vegetables into your daily diet by making green smoothies. Fun facts about Deborah - Built NYC's first ever mobile juice truck from US Postal truck in 2007- Built “live” juice bars on the set of dozens of popular TV and film sets including Gotham, Blue Bloods, Law & Order SVU, The Good Wife, Marvelous Ms. Maisel, the BackUp Plan (with JLo!) and more.- Created juice bar pop-ups for many NY companies including Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Tiffany's, Martha Stewart Living, THINX, J&J, Steven Klein- Co-produced TV pilot of the Juice Truck story with Danny Devito's production company Contact:Website: http://www.deborahcsmith.comInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/greenpiratejuiceFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/greenpiratejuice Here are the takeaways... Food is fuel. It's not supposed to be used for entertainment, celebration, emotions, or anything other than to fuel our bodies. Living enzymes with life vitality force are in the whole foods like fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains and nuts. A plant-based diet is also known as plant-forward or plant-prioritizing. This diet mostly plants. Most of the time. A vegan diet is a morally guided plan that won't consume any product or food made from animals including leather or honey. A success tip is to crowd out less healthy foods with vibrant, whole, fresh fruits and vegetables rather than focusing on cutting things out. In the United States, we're living longer lives, but we're living sicker lives. We are living in the "Age of Man Made Illness" as opposed to Paleolithic Age. Most of these illnesses are caused by stress and food choices. It's not normal to feel bad all the time. Every meal you are either feeding disease or fighting disease. One simple thing you can do is choose to consume foods that have a chemical reaction in your body that lowers cortisol. Cutting back on caffeine can reduce anxiety. Chamomile lowers cortisol in your body. Stress blocks your body's ability to absorb nutrients. Join Deborah's free masterclass - "Eat to Relieve Anxiety" The Brain-Gut Connection. The microbiome is your second brain. Your digestive system has millions of cells, and your gut promotes wellness throughout the body. It can be the birthplace of silent inflammation which breed other diseases. Link to register here Join Deborah's signature course "Plant-Powered Kitchen" Link to register here ***This is an affiliate link. I may receive financial compensation if you purchase this course.*** Register for the free Travel Bootcamp "I wanna travel" https://www.brendawinkle.com/travel Free Guide and Worksheet to feel better fast https://www.brendawinkle.com/feelbetterfast Free Meditation to Feel Better https://www.brendawinkle.com/feelbetter
Andy, our team member, is finding it hard on his memory which is understandable after having a stroke, to carry on trying to update the website for the time being. I will post the bios as PDFs on our Facebook group page, giving time for Andy to improve. Always a pleasure to welcome new faces to the long line of musicians we've had on our podcasts since 2012. Los Angeles-based artist and producer Cynthia Bernard, known as Marine Eyes, is one half of the ambient duo Awakened Souls with her debut solo album ‘Chamomile'. Tewksbury's new record ‘Brutes' is just that, made up of just two expansive pieces. Interestingly, these loops were recorded on gargantuan 60-foot analog tape reels, then played through eight guitar amps at once, which were actually highly listenable. Orchestra Indigo produces larger-scale compositions that tend to be minimalistic neo-impressionist works that are always designed to evoke emotions, Omri Cohen and Snoopy Over The Hills, who have a common passion for ambient music created using modular synthesizers, share their music on the community Ambient Modular fifth release. We open this session with Mark Shreeve, who sadly passed away recently, making a powerful statement in the electronic music scene in the 80s with his breakthrough album ‘Assassin', appearing at the very first UK Electronica in 1983, again by popular demand, the following year. Playlist No 217 02.16 Mark Shreeve ‘Tyrant' (album Assassin) https://www.cd-services.com 07.24 State Azure ‘Perspective' (album Modular Works IV) https://stateazure.bandcamp.com 21.37 State Azure ‘Chimera' 32.03 Mac Of BioNight ‘Magnitude Part 7' https://macofbionight.bandcamp.com 37.18 Stan Dart ‘Miami Beach Memories' (album Murinsel Vol 5) https://standartmusicbox.bandcamp.com 42.48 Stan Dart ‘Morning Sun' 48.00 Ian Boddy & Erik Wollo ‘Abeonay' (album Revolve) www.DiN.org.uk 55.11 Ian Boddy & Erik Wollo 'Turnabout' 01.00.09 Novellor ‘The Haunted Man' (album Aphantasia) https://noveller.bandcamp.com/album/aphantasia 01.05.37 Novellor ‘A Valley of The Snakes' 01.07.14 Peter Mergener ‘Behind The Moon' (album Various, Sky Space Bar I) www.bscmusic.com 01.11.12 Achillea ‘Ragnarok - Twilight Of The Gods' (album Various, Sky Space Bar I) www.bscmusic.com 01.17.09 Sonic Research Society ‘Clean Air Factory' (album Clean Air Factory) https://syngate.bandcamp.com 01.21.10 Sonic Research Society 'Slow Groove In Dminor' 01.24.45 The Fourth Dimension Project ‘Orange' https://fourthdimension1.bandcamp.com 01.30.37 Thaneco & Romerium ‘Machine 6' (album Machine) https://thaneco.bandcamp.com 01.38.29 Ramp ‘Future Looming Behind Us' (album Happy Days Are Here To Stay*** https://ramp1.bandcamp.com 01.50.58 Synthphony of Sound ‘An Empty Space' https://soundcloud.com/knoc-stradamus 01.55.19 Orchestra Indigo ‘A Time Of Solitude' (album Farewell To memories) https://orchestraindigo.com 01.59.58 Orchestra Indigo ‘Distant Worlds' 02.04.50 Snoopy Over The Hills '4180' ((album Ambient Modular 5) https://ambientmodular.bandcamp.com 02.09.58 Marine Eyes ‘What's On The Inside (f. city of dawn)' (album Chamomile) https://pitp.bandcamp.com/album/chamomile 02.13.59 Marine Eyes ‘Magic Familiar' 02.17.05 Ross Christopher ‘Phase IV' (album Phases) wwwheartdancerecords.com 02.20.56 Gleisberg 'Surya Namaskar' (album To Meet Esther) www.bsc.music.com 02.24.00 Gleisberg ‘Epic Cinema 2' 02.30.00 Genevieve Walker ‘Constellations' (album Home Songs) http://www.genevievewalkermusic.com/home-songs 02.35.37 Omri Cohen 'Time And Time Again' (album Ambient Modular 5) https://ambientmodular.bandcamp.com 02.41.43 Mac Of BioNight ‘Magnitude Part 1(album Magnitude) https://macofbionight.bandcamp.com/album/magnitude 02.44.41 Tewksbury ‘Banda Mountain' (album Brutes) *** https://hushhushrecords.bandcamp.com/album/brutes 02.49.28 Jarguna ‘My Temple 2' (album My Temple 2) *** www.projekt.com Edit ***
The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
Making a Connection Between Jazz and Gardening In This Podcast: Like many people during the pandemic, Elizabeth “Lizzy” Shapiro suddenly found herself at home staring at an empty calendar. To fill the time, she turned her attention to decorating the unattractive cement spaces outside her home. One potted plant led to another and another, and they grew into a gardening obsession which, at first, seemed so different from her jazz roots. But the deeper she dug into gardening, the more she discovered that nature held lessons that transposed beautifully into music. Lizzy's garden changed not just the view outside her home, but also her view of the world. Don't miss an episode! visit UrbanFarm.Org/blog/podcast Elizabeth "Lizzy" Shapiro is a screenwriter, actress and musician. As a screenwriter, she has created TV shows alongside Hollywood heavyweights like Ben Stiller and Joey Soloway, as well as creating and starring in "The Crossroads of History" which received 2 Emmy nominations. As a musician, she trained as an opera singer and is currently the front woman of Lizzy & the Triggermen. Dubbed "10-piece jazz sensations" by LA Weekly, the band's debut album, "Good Songs for Bad Times," hit #3 on iTunes Jazz Charts (just behind Miles Davis). Their music simultaneously transports you to a prohibition speakeasy while feeling arrestingly modern, thanks to the powerhouse vocals and songwriting of Lizzy. Their eerily prophetic original song, "Dance Song (for the End of the World)" garnered international press for its music video which featured dancers all over the world at the beginning of lock down. The band has been forging exciting new paths for modern big band and swing music: headlining some of the top music venues in the country, opening for the UK rock band Squeeze, and being selected as Official Artists of SXSW. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/Podcast-by-episode-titles for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library! Discovering Music in a Container Garden.
The I Love CVille Show With Jerry Miller!
Koda Kerl of Chamomile and Whiskey and Nick Koulianos, Events & Sales Manager at The Clifton, joined me live on The I Love CVille Show! Koda & Marie of Chamomile and Whiskey will be the musical guests at the premiere of The Clifton's Thursday Music Series! Date & time: Thursday, September 1, 5:30 – 9:30 pm For reservations, call (434) 971-1800. The I Love CVille Show airs live before a worldwide audience Monday – Friday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm on The I Love CVille Network.
Introduction to the Solar Plexus Chakra (Live Stream Replay ) from Clubhouse by Katherine Pacheco Link in the Podcast notes to follow. Let's talk Solar Plexus Chakra, one of the most Complex Chakras. The Solar Plexus Chakra is extremely beneficial in self development. Balancing will help increase your self esteem, self worth and growth. Let yourself over come the disbeliefs that are preventing you from a forward journey. The Solar Plexus is the 3rd Chakra, its is formulates energy to your POWER. The element is fire. Affirmations include YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL, YOU ARE WORTHY OF LOVE, YOUR WISDOM IS WISE. Disconnect from the controls you can't take into control because your imperfections are beautiful. Crystals for solar plexus: Lemon Quartz, Citrine, and Yellow Tiger's Eye. Aromatherapy for solar plexus: Chamomile, Cypress, Geranium, Juniper, Lemon, Rosemary & Sandalwood. Foods for solar plexus: Oats, brown rice, bananas, lemons, corn, ginger and turmeric and pineapple. Color of the solar plexus: Yellow. About Chakras & Cusswords Podcast Chakras & Cusswords is a real life podcast that dives into self growth, self care and daily obstacles. Topics include over coming obstacles, clean eating, spirituality, relationships, self improvement, working out, raising kids, social topics, and finding your purpose. Life is a journey of happiness, grief, disappointments and courage. Finding our passion, impacts and success one day at a time. About Katherine Pacheco Since a young age I knew my purpose was to heal, create, and motivate. I discovered my purpose working as an Emergency Room Nurse. I have seen and care for patients, and their families during some of the worst moments of their life. I began to realize that many people need more outlets, and resources. I specialize in helping people identify and achieve their personal goals. By coping with the issues that are causing them distress, anxiety, and stress. I take great pride in the progress and success of my clients, and look forward to helping you. Get in touch to learn more. I have started my journey of helping others create goals and find spiritual practices and modalities that fit in their lifestyle. I centered off the my intuitive though process, the Chakra system with a strong astrology focus. Links: Website:https://www.chakrascusswords.com https://www.instagram.com/chakras_cusswords/ Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@kalikat --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/support
Come with my bestie and I to the Korean Spa (jjimjilbang) to get our naked bodies scrubbed and our vaginas steamed. Yes, you read that right! My bestie, Kelsey and I got naked and steamed our vaginas for your listening pleasure. It was all for the sake of Ladybits and Leadership research. And boy did we connect with our Ladybits more than we ever have! Korean Spas and Yoni Steaming are both ancient practices from Asia that are now practiced globally. In this episode we giggle about getting comfortable seeing strangers' naked bodies, discuss our relationships with our post-pregnancy bodies and vaginas, and what it was like being naked and scrubbed down by aunties in black lacy lingerie. We go into the benefits of Yoni Steaming for vaginal health, emotional health, and building stronger relationships with our Ladybits. When was the last time you connected with you Ladybits? Maybe booking a Korean Spa is the best next step! Get brave and open to a new experience and you too can be steaming your vagina to help you feel more powerful and connected to your body. Don't Forget Subscribe to Ladybits and Leadership on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Don't forget to rate and leave a written review so others can find our community. Say aloha on Instagram! If you have ideas for the podcast, including topics and possible guests, or are interested in working with me in individual and group coaching, please email me at email@example.com
Chamomile is a familiar plant with an unmistakable scent and flavor. It is one of the most popularly used and loved herbs, and most folks have a box of it sitting in their cupboard. Although sipping on some Chamomile tea at the end of the day is nice, its medicinal properties are complex, and there are different preparations you can make with it. By taking a deeper look into this plant, you can learn about the specific indications and unique properties that make this herb indispensable to the Western Materia Medica. In today's episode, you'll learn: What Chamomile tastes like and how this corresponds to its actions in the body Its unique influences on the nervous and digestive systems and the juncture between the two The emotional indications of Chamomile Its associations with the planet Mercury and Venus How to make different herbal preparations with Chamomile Universal Podcast Description ———————————— CONNECT WITH SAJAH AND WHITNEY ———————————— To get free in depth mini-courses and videos, visit our blog at: http://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com Get daily inspiration and plant wisdom on our Facebook and Instagram channels: http://www.facebook.com/EvolutionaryHerbalism https://www.instagram.com/evolutionary_herbalism/ Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyP63opAmcpIAQg1M9ShNSQ Get a free 5-week course when you buy a copy of the book, Evolutionary Herbalism:https://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com/evolutionary-herbalism-book/ ———————————— ABOUT THE PLANT PATH ———————————— The Plant Path is a window into the world of herbal medicine. With perspectives gleaned from traditional Western herbalism, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Alchemy, Medical Astrology, and traditional cultures from around the world, The Plant Path provides unique insights, skills and strategies for the practice of true holistic herbalism. From clinical to spiritual perspectives, we don't just focus on what herbs are "good for," but rather who they are as intelligent beings, and how we can work with them to heal us physically and consciously evolve. ———————————— ABOUT SAJAH ———————————— Sajah Popham is the author of Evolutionary Herbalism and the founder of the School of Evolutionary Herbalism, where he trains herbalists in a holistic system of plant medicine that encompasses clinical Western herbalism, medical astrology, Ayurveda, and spagyric alchemy. His mission is to develop a comprehensive approach that balances the science and spirituality of plant medicine, focusing on using plants to heal and rejuvenate the body, clarify the mind, open the heart, and support the development of the soul. This is only achieved through understanding and working with the chemical, energetic, and spiritual properties of the plants. His teachings embody a heartfelt respect, honor and reverence for the vast intelligence of plants in a way that empowers us to look deeper into the nature of our medicines and ourselves. He lives on a homestead in the foothills of Mt. Baker Washington with his wife Whitney where he teaches, consults clients, and prepares spagyric herbal medicines. ———————————— ABOUT WHITNEY ———————————— Whitney Popham is an herbal practitioner and the co-founder of The School of Evolutionary Herbalism and Organic Unity. Her calling to plant medicine began from a deep passion for activism and a vision for creating healing and positive change in the world. She has devoted her life to that vision by being a humble vessel for the plants to touch people's lives and bring more healing and beauty into the world. Through her own health challenges and struggles, she experienced the profound healing gifts of plant medicines and then committed her life to helping others reach vibrant levels of health. She specializes in digestive health in her clinical practice through working with herbal medicine, nutrition and lifestyle coaching. Her true gift is in listening to the plants through intuition and vision, which she uses to help her clients with healing on the emotional, psychological, spiritual, as well as physical levels of health. ———————————— WANT TO FEATURE US ON YOUR PODCAST? ———————————— If you'd like to interview Sajah or Whitney to be on your podcast, click here to fill out an interview request form.
In this episode, we sit down with Olivia Amitrano, the founder and creator of Organic Olivia — a vibrant online ecosystem and apothecary built on traditional wisdom, modern herbal medicine, and a brave willingness to explore our opportunities for growth and personal responsibility. Like many wellness entrepreneurs, her journey began as a young child when she found herself at the doctor's office more often than most, dealing with everything from unbearable stomach pain to chronic cystic acne. She knew deep down that there had to be other options but was told over and over again that diet and lifestyle had nothing to do with her worsening conditions. Organic Olivia was born as Olivia started to seek alternative solutions — only to discover how seemingly separate issues were interconnected at their root. We discuss all of this and more including: - Olivia's top three herbs for health and well-being - Daily practices that cost nothing and do a lot for our physical, emotional, and mental health - The insane importance of oral health and the oral microbiome - Chamomile and saffron versus caffeine - Caring for her parents during early COVID (and the lessons it taught her) - Advocating for loved ones in the hospital This episode really blends both Olivia and Nikki's love for science and deep respect for ancient tradition — believing the two can coexist, and in fact, work better together. Enjoy!
The Holistic Herbalism Podcast
We're back! We had a bit of an interruption in our podcasting schedule, and we're sorry! We're moving to our “forever home” very soon, and the podcast took a back burner to online course production work. But we've got a plan! This episode and the next two constitute a mini-series on herbalism and climate change. After that, we'll re-air a few of our favorite episodes from years past. By the time pumpkin spice season hits, we'll be back again to continue our Herbs A-Z profile series.Today's topic was spurred by the many reports of drought conditions around the world, as well as a particular article just a few days old which reported on falling yields of some major botanicals. Chamomile, valerian, elderberry, and pine bark harvests have all declined substantially in recent years, and they're certainly not the only plants affected. Furthermore, the quality of the plant material available is also being impacted, as variations in moisture and heat lead to differences in phytochemical production.Declining harvests also means increasing prices – and not just for consumers at the end of the chain. This puts pressures on farmers and distributors to use less ideal methods, to accept lower-quality material, or plants which were harvested unsustainably. It's important to be selective and thoughtful about our sources for medicinal plants as these pressures build. As individuals – and more importantly, as communities – we can work to reduce the impacts on plants we love, and we can share what we have with those who need it.Mentioned in this episode:Botanical yields fall as climate change affects harvests, Stephen Daniells, NutraIngredients USAHerbalgram's 2020 US Herbal Supplement Market ReportThe Holistic Herbalism Podcast, episode 169: Herbalism & Climate Change: The Plants!The Holistic Herbalism Podcast, episode 30: Tulsi & Formulating Absent FriendsWe teach herbalism online! When you sign up for any of our courses – including our FREE Herbal Study Tips course – you get access to twice-a-week live Q&A sessions, integrated discussion threads on every lesson, and a vibrant student community. Our courses are centered on video lessons you can watch at your own pace, and once you've bought a course you retain access to it (and any future updates!), forever.If you have a moment, it would help us a lot if you could subscribe, rate, & review our podcast wherever you listen. This helps others find us more easily. Thank you!!Our theme music is “Wings” by Nicolai Heidlas.Support the show
Herbs are useful for flavouring your food or drink, but they have a range of protective and magical uses too. How is basil linked with both love and hatred? Why was dill the magician's herb? Let's find out in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore! Find the images and references on the blog post: https://www.icysedgwick.com/edible-plants-folklore/ Learn Kitchen Herbalism with Rowan + Sage: https://school.rowanandsage.com/courses/kitchenherbcraft?affcode=437598_3qokpyep Get your free guide to home protection the folklore way here: https://www.icysedgwick.com/fab-folklore/ Become a member of the Fabulous Folklore Family for bonus episodes and articles at https://patreon.com/bePatron?u=2380595 Enjoyed this episode and want to show your appreciation? Buy Icy a coffee to say 'thanks' at: https://ko-fi.com/icysedgwick Request an episode: https://forms.gle/gqG7xQNLfbMg1mDv7 Tweet Icy at https://twitter.com/IcySedgwick Get extra snippets of folklore on Instagram at https://instagram.com/icysedgwick 'Like' Fabulous Folklore on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fabulousfolklore/
Writer and audio producer Alex Sujong Laughlin is here to guest co-host and we're talking about hobbies where you grow and make things. We went deep thinking about why some people are drawn to these activities while others (Sally!) are not. Also, Alex shares a bunch of great tips for getting into gardening, composting for beginners and experts, and tons of (non-gardening) ways to be less extractive in your relationship with food and the earth.Get Oh, I Like That merch here! Things we talked about:The podcast Alex produces, Normal Gossip!Plant hardiness zonesHudson Valley Seed Co.I Tackled My Climate Anxiety by Becoming a Parks Department Super Steward by Stephanie Foo for CurbedMaking Mr. RightThey Thought I Was YouThis episode was produced by Sally and Alex and edited by Aram Vartian. Our logo was designed by Amber Seger (@rocketorca). Our theme music is by Tiny Music. Follow us on Twitter @OhILikeThatPod and on Instagram @OhILikeThatPod.
Welcome back to this week's #FridayReview! Today we'll be covering: Semi-Annual Sale (ends soon) Elderberry Lemonade (recipe) Herb of the Week: Chamomile The World's Whitest Paint (research) CBD & Pets (research) For all the details and much more check out today's #CabralConcept 2359 – Enjoy the show and let me know if you have any questions! - - - For Everything Mentioned In Today's Show: StephenCabral.com/2359 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!
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Dearest Clovers, Today is a bittersweet day. In this episode, we're announcing our hiatus from podcasting. Both of us are about to embark upon major life changes and, 120 episodes and five years later, we think it's appropriate to give C&C an intermission. We hope to answer your questions in the episode, but here's a summary: we're planning a possible return if and when there's new material, but, for now, this seems like the best choice. Our episodes will remain on our website and on iTunes and Spotify and wherever you listen. We plan to use whatever support we continue to receive through Patreon to pay those costs, but we completely understand if now is not the time for you to remain a patron. We've been so lucky to have you. It's nearly impossible to put into words what a joy this project has been and how proud we are of all we have accomplished. It's not perfect, but it has always been a delight. Thank you for your kindness, your support, your warmth, your good humor, your deep thinking, and your immense love of the All Souls Trilogy. Should you want to get in touch, you can find us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Honor and long life to all, xox Cait and Jen
Get in Loser, We’re Doing Witchcraft
Welcome back Witches! In this week's episode we're going to be discussing how you can manifest prosperity! This episode is an extension of our manifestation episode, but we're going to be specifically focusing on drawing prosperity to you. We're even going to share some techniques that we know work! So get in losers, and lets discuss all the benefits of Manifesting Prosperity! We would be forever thankful if you leave our podcast a 5-Star review. If you really loved the show and want more Get in Loser content, check out our Supercast link below, or search the Supercast website for Get in Loser, We're Doing Witchcraft. You can also find us at our Buy Me a Coffee link below. There you can purchase a membership to our podcast and obtain exclusives like, getting episodes early, shout outs on the show, access to our “Ask me anything” forum, our monthly newsletter, a promo code for merchandise, and more. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GetinWitches, on TikTok @weredoingwitchcraft or email us at email@example.com. You can support our show through our Supercast: https://getinloserweredoingwitchcraft.supercast.com/ Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/getinwitches Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio- The Witch ----more---- References Cabot, Laurie. Laurie Cabot's Book of Shadows. (2015) Copper Cauldron Publishing. Prout, Sarah. The Alchemy of Abundance: 15 Ways to Manifest Prosperity Now. (2016) https://sarahprout.com/the-alchemy-of-abundance/ Silverwind, Selene. The Witch's Journal. (2009). Fall River Press. McNeal, Vanessa. (2021) 6 Tips for Manifesting Abundance. United Way. https://www.unitedwaydm.org/powered-by-purpose-blog/6-tips-for-manifesting-abundance-vanessa-mcneal Coates, Matt. (2021). Top 8 Abundance Affirmations for Wealth and Prosperity. https://blog.mindvalley.com/abundance-affirmations/ Murphy- Hiscock, Arin. (2017). The Green Witch. Adams Media. Crystal Clear Reflections. N.d. Tarot Divinations. https://crystal-reflections.com/tarot3/pentacles/upright/king-of-pentacles/king_p/ Greenwood, Carla (2022). 10 Spiritual Benefits of Chamomile. Out Of Stress. https://www.outofstress.com/chamomile-spiritual-benefits/#:~:text=Chamomile%20is%20a%20very%20positive%20herb%20commonly%20used,to%20attract%20love%2C%20happiness%2C%20peace%2C%20and%20banish%20negativity. Illes, Judika (2004). The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells. Harper Element Wolfe, Sarah Esmae. (2020). How to build a prosperity bowl for abundance. Green Witch Living. https://greenwitchliving.com/blogs/the-witchs-guide/how-to-build-a-prosperity-bowl Youtube: Chaotic Witch Aunt The Green Witch The Witch of Wonderlust
Grab your best buddy and come take a trip on the clumsy side as Katie and Brit cover the horror-comedy TUCKER & DALE VS EVIL. Next episode we'll be covering the 1981 slasher THE BURNING. Stay spoopy ya'll! TIMESTAMPS: 0:00:00 Disclaimer 0:00:26 Intro 0:02:23 Hellos 0:04:55 WWW 0:13:39 Tucker+Dale vs Evil 0:16:06 Director and Co-Writers 0:17:56 Synopsis 0:18:12 Spoilers 0:18:19 Plot 0:47:08 Pros/Cons 0:50:48 Ratings 0:52:27 GGR 0:53:04 Next Episode: The Burning 0:54:09 Good Nights The Grindhouse Girls Podcast is created by Katie Dale and Brit Ray and edited by N. R. Moody. Royalty free music used: Ready Set Go and Outro White Smoke Copyright 2020 Grindhouse Girls Podcast This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
What If World - Stories for Kids
Fred the Dog is shooting his new reality show, “inFredible!”, and special guest Chamomile, the famous giant sculptor, is the show's first guest. Will fanboy Abacus P. Grumbler let her focus on her art, or will his magic make more trouble for everyone? Lessons include: Fighting to stay awake almost always makes for bigger problems down the road; you've got to be your own biggest advocate sometimes, or others may not realize they're ignoring your needs. Join our Patreon for Ad-Free stories, a Shout-Out on the show, a better chance of having your question answered, and more! patreon.com/whatifworld Our Fred the Dog artwork is by Ana Stretcu. See it and other great art by Ana at our merch store, the Imaginarium! whatifworld.threadless.com Subscribe to What If World wherever you listen: link.chtbl.com/whatifworld. Share questions or artwork with a grownup's help via twitter @whatifworldpod, fb & insta @whatifworldpodcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or snail mail: What If World (or Mr. Eric) P.O. Box 4905 Panorama City, CA 91412 What If World is made by Eric and Karen O'Keeffe. A big thanks to our associate producer Miss Lynn. Our podcast art is by Jason O'Keefe and our theme song is by Craig Martinson. Advertise on What If World --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Happy Sunday Clovers! Well, well, well, here we are with our penultimate discussion of A Discovery of Witches and the All Souls Universe. It's been quite the journey. We have so loved discussing this TV show with you all, and we know that it will continue to provide joy and delight for many years of re-watches to come. In this episode we're back on the trail of the great plot caper! That's right, team spreadsheet has reunited to bring you the ultimate plot discussion for A Discovery of Witches TV. Cait has tied in this plot discussion to the spreadsheets created for Episode 72 of the podcast (that's the one for the book trilogy plot discussion). In addition to diving into plots one more time, we are also discussing our ultimate favorites for the TV series: music, costumes, episodes, characters, scenes, and more. If you have feedback, questions, or comments, make sure you send your thoughts to email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter as @chamomilenclove for updates or to tell us how you felt about this episode. For between episodes fun and news, please follow our Facebook page or consider joining our listeners' group, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers. If you'd like to support the show, we'd love a review on iTunes or your pod-fetcher of choice or you can visit our Patreon.
Today Nurse Amy and Dr. Bones talk about the health benefits of chamomile. Yes, a regular MD and nurse practitioner touting the benefits of herbal tea, how about that? Hey, in times of trouble, you gotta use all the tools in the woodshed! Plus, a thorough discussion on the basics of IV therapy, with emphasis on essentials and practical tips to get fluids into a dehydrated patient. Learn how to recognize signs of dehydration and an ancient, but useful off the grid, method of rehydrating an unconscious patient: rectal rehydration. Yes, that's a thing... All this and more in the latest episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast with Joe Alton MD and Amy Alton NP! Wishing you the best of health in good times or bad, Joe and Amy Alton Hey, don't forget to check out our entire line of quality medical kits, educational books, and individual supplies at store.doomandbloom.net! You'll be glad you did.